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  Reply # 1128874 15-Sep-2014 11:01
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Timelapse looks awesome




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  Reply # 1128987 15-Sep-2014 13:14
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freitasm: A midget cat?



essentially. yes.




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Just a heads up - I was approached by Snapper Internet offering some sponsorship and we will start plans for a Geekzone IRL Christchurch - it's been a few years since the crew visited the south!






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freitasm: Just a heads up - I was approached by Snapper Internet offering some sponsorship and we will start plans for a Geekzone IRL Christchurch - it's been a few years since the crew visited the south!



Woot! I'll be there




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  Reply # 1129492 15-Sep-2014 22:03
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Dependingon when I might see if I can get one of the cheap flights down there.




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